Dragon Hunt (Okhota na drakona), The

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The Dragon Hunt (Okhota na drakona)
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Original Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Nicaragua.jpg Nicaragua
Directed by Latif Faiziyev
Release Date 1986
Language Russian
Studio Uzbekfilm
In-Cine Compañía Industrial Cinematográfica
Sovinfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Said Khodzhaev Alisher Pirmukhamedov
Yvette Ledenf Mirdza Martinsone
Colonel Bert Albert Filozov
Carlos Bakhadyr Yuldashev
Franz Brockman Boris Seidenberg
Allan McGee Lembit Ulfsak
Will Nichols Martin Veinmann
Roberto Lignares Lazar Kachemazov
Germain Cavallier Martins Verdins


The Dragon Hunt (Original title: Охота на дракона, Okhota na drakona) is a 1986 Soviet-Nicaraguan (In Nicaragua, it is known as "La Caza del dragón") political detective. US intelligence agencies are trying to overthrow the revolutionary government of the fictional Central American Republic of Guadiana. For this, a secret training ground has been built on the territory of the neighboring state of Santo Rico, which is used to control the so-called "climate weapons". These weapons cause hurricanes of enormous force that fall upon Guadiana and destroy the country's economy. To study the causes of hurricanes, the Soviet meteorologist Said Khodzhaev arrives in Guadiana. To prevent this, a sabotage group led by Colonel Bert penetrates the territory of the republic.

This film has not been restored, so it is of moderate video quality.


The following weapons were used in the film Dragon Hunt (Okhota na drakona), The:

Contents


Pistols

M1911A1

Ramos (Mashrab Kimsanov) in one scene are seen with M1911A1.

World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP. This was an issued U.S. Army pistol with parkerized finish, thus the official designation of M1911A1
Ramos going to shoot, but Carlos (Bakhadyr Yuldashev) stops him.

Assault Rifles

L1A1

Soldiers chasing an agent at the border, are visible carrying rifles of the FN FAL pattern. Although they are not visible very well, they seem to have long barrels, which rather makes them L1A1s (which can also be seen in a number of Soviet films). In shooting scenes, they switches to mocked-up StG-44s (see below).

L1A1 SLR - 7.62x51mm NATO. This is the later, typical version of the L1A1 which used black fiberglass furniture.
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The soldier runs with L1A1. Another rifle is visible at the background.

M16A1

Ramos (Mashrab Kimsanov) carries the M16A1. In shooting scenes, it switches to the mocked-up StG-44 (see below).

Colt M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Carlos aims his M16 at McGee (Lembit Ulfsak).
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StG-44 (Mocked-Up as M16)

In shooting scenes, the L1A1 and M16 rifles switches to a mocked-up StG-44s. Many secondary characters also carry similar rifles, although this is mostly visible only in the background.

Sturmgewehr 44, visually modified to resemble an Armalite rifle such as the M16 - 7.62x39 blank. Such movie props were widely used in Soviet movies of 1970s-90s.
Soldiers fires.
Guard with fake M16.
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During firing, the Ramos' M16 switches to mocked-up StG-44.
The fake M16 is visible on the ground.
Ramos shoots.

AKS-47

Manuella (Elle Kull) in one scene are seen with the AKS-47.

Type III AKS-47 with stock folded - 7.62x39mm
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Alternative Poster

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